Google Drive training and help

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Drive in the Cloud, beside a mobile device with Drive filesDrive lets you keep all your work in one place, view different file formats without buying extra software, and access your files from any device.

Get Drive: Web (, or iOS

To set up Drive for your team, download the Google Drive Onboarding Guide (PDF).

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Learn Drive basics

What online storage provider did you use before G Suite?

If you previously used... Read this guide...
Microsoft OneDrive

Switching to Drive from Microsoft OneDrive


Switching to Drive from Box


Switching to Drive from Dropbox

C:\ Drive

Switching to Drive from C:\ Drive

Other online storage providers, or are new to cloud storage

Get started with Drive

What you'll learn with Drive:

  • Upload and store
  • Sync and access
  • View and update
  • Organize and search
  • Share and collaborate

Get started with shared drives

What you'll learn with shared drives:

  • Set up shared drives
  • Add files and folders
  • Manage files and folders
  • Share and collaborate

* This additional feature is only available with the G Suite Enterprise, Business, or Education editions

Cheat sheets

Drive cheat sheet

Need a quick reference for the Drive basics you've learned? Download this cheat sheet.

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Shared drives cheat sheet

Need a quick reference for the shared drives basics you've learned? Download this cheat sheet.

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G Suite keyboard shortcuts

Get shortcuts for G Suite products such as Chrome Browser, Gmail, Calendar, and Drive.

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Productivity guides

Best practices for shared drives

Get the most out of shared drives with these best practices and tips.

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If you work on a team that’s spread across the globe, use G Suite to keep people connected and to collaborate seamlessly.

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10 G Suite tips to onboard team members

Organizations need to train and onboard new team members effectively. Use G Suite to create a simple way for employees to orient themselves on your projects and become productive fast.

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10 G Suite tips to improve communication

Are you overloaded with email conversations? Is your inbox out of control? Email is great, but sometimes it becomes overwhelming. Here are some tips that will help you communicate more effectively and get out of conversation chaos.

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10 G Suite tips to go paperless

Reduce printing expenses and share more easily by moving your organization's tasks and processes online.

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10 G Suite tips for brainstorming

Whether you need a name for a new product or a different place for lunch, G Suite makes it easy to share ideas, get feedback fast, and collaborate with your team.

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Get started with Tasks

Keep track of your daily to-do list, organize multiple lists, and track important deadlines with Google Tasks.

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Switching to G Suite from SharePoint

Use G Suite solutions to collaborate with people.

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Switching to G Suite from Teams

Use G Suite solutions to collaborate with teams.

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Learn how businesses use Google Drive


Learn how to upload files to Google Drive

More resources

Visit the Drive Help Center.

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